Month: May 2017

May 31

Marvey’s Last Day

Believers in Egypt are facing their greatest time of need right now.

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May 31

Raided by Government Spies, a Church in Central Asia Endures Unthinkable Persecution

“Because this is happening to us, we know we are on the right track.”

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May 30

The One Thing the Persecuted Church Doesn’t Need From You

The persecuted church needs more than our prayers of sympathy—it needs soulful petitions of empathy.

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May 27

3 Things to Know About the Deadly Egypt Attack

Gunmen opened fire yesterday on vehicles carrying Coptic Christians in Egypt. At least 26 were killed in the deadly attack and 23 were wounded. In light of this tragic attack, here are the top 3 things you need to know:

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May 26

Brother Yklas Remains in Kazakhstan Prison

A ​​Baptist preacher from Kazakhstan, Yklas Kabduakasov (54) is currently serving a 2-year prison sentence, having been convicted of “religious extremism and illegal distribution of religious materials.” Friends say it is obvious that the whole case against brother Yklas was created on trumped up charges, that brother Yklas is well known in the community as an […]

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